Canadian Forest Service Publications

Use of triadimefon to control white pine blister rust. 1996. Bérubé, J.A. The Forestry Chronicle 72: 637-638.

Year: 1996

Available from: Laurentian Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 16712

Language: English

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Abstract

White pine seedlings were treated with triadimefon two weeks prior to natural inoculation with Cronartium ribicola and were observed for two growth seasons. During the second growth season in the greenhouse the incidence of blister rust symptoms was 70.8% for the untreated controls, whereas only 3.8% of the treated seedlings showed symptoms of blister rust. Triadimefon offers effective protection against white pine blister rust infection and would enable the production of bare root seedlings in areas prone to blister rust infection.

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